“Betting Shops Is A Strategy To Keep Impoverishing The Poor” – Reno Omokri
Famous human rights activist Reno Omokri has dropped another mouthwatering comment on the disadvantage of betting and how it affects Nigeria’s Youths.
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”How many sports betting shops do you see in rich neighbourhoods? If it was a smart way to make money, wouldn’t rich neighbourhoods have them? They exists in poor neighbourhoods because those living there are simple enough to waste their money on such outfits.
A few rich people may succumb to this bad habit, but by and large they do it with disposable income on betting apps. Sadly, you are likely to find many ‘miracle’ churches, sport betting shops, beer parlors, and brothels in poor neighbourhoods. But if you open a library in such areas, you will hardly get visitors, even if it is free. Poverty is often, but not always, a lifestyle choice! JAMB Result
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